40 episodes

Author is a former atheist evolutionist who is now a Christian creationist. This podcast contains discussions of foundational topics related to evaluating competing worldviews; especially the materialist, humanist, naturalist, atheist and the Biblical, Christian and Creationist.



If one’s worldview is false, that is, does not match reality, then one is essentially living in a fantasy world. Using a false worldview to interpret the world around us leads to confusion as the interpretations required by the worldview conflict with what is actually observed. It was precisely a conflict of this type that caused the author to realize the incompleteness of his atheist beliefs.

Creation – Myth or Miracle? Richard E. Walker

    • Christianity
    • 4.2, 13 Ratings

Author is a former atheist evolutionist who is now a Christian creationist. This podcast contains discussions of foundational topics related to evaluating competing worldviews; especially the materialist, humanist, naturalist, atheist and the Biblical, Christian and Creationist.



If one’s worldview is false, that is, does not match reality, then one is essentially living in a fantasy world. Using a false worldview to interpret the world around us leads to confusion as the interpretations required by the worldview conflict with what is actually observed. It was precisely a conflict of this type that caused the author to realize the incompleteness of his atheist beliefs.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Nad133 ,

Wow!!!

This is the real Big Bang conversations!!

....please keep them coming until the 2nd Big Bang hits this earth 🌏🌋👍

Keegs_ ,

Unconvincing and anti-science

I thought I would be learning some interesting new viewpoints, but there was really no valuable content from what I listened to. The podcasts are geared toward creationists, which I knew and I was interested to learn about his theories. Unfortunately he is essentially “telling you what you want to hear” (for creationists). I understand creationism to some extent is incompatible with certain physics theories, but attempting to discredit scientific theories based simply on incongruity with theological frameworks is like apples to oranges.

There is seemingly no logic for his arguing against theoretical metaphysics; the whole point of something being a scientific theory is that it can invalidated and that means even scientists haven’t all agreed on these theories. If you are going to argue individual scientists’ theories, doing so from a theological framework defeats the purpose because you’re argument is only valid within the realm of theology and not science.

NickolasTB ,

Pure Ignorance

The main point that the narrator has in almost every podcast is the idea that “mainstream science” must be completely wrong. He will pull one or two examples of something we cannot explain (like how Jupiter came to be) and will use it to say that because we cannot agree on an explanation of how something (within the limits of physics) happened that clearly we don’t know what we’re talking about. I do not recommend this show to anyone.

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